Monthly Archives: August 2016

Trinity College Dublin: Essay: Economic growth and the services sector: the case of Ireland in the 1990’s and early 2000. (Brexit makes this relevant) by Michelle Clarke

ESSAYS: Trinity College Dublin. (Business Economics and Social Studies Professor O’Hagan).  Economic History Ireland. “In a free Ireland, gracious and useful industries will supplement … Source: ESSAYS. TRINITY COLLEGE DUBLIN ESSAY: ECONOMIC GROWTH AND THE SERVICES SECTOR: THE CASE OF … Continue reading

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This Woman Is Trying to Make the World a Better Place, One Community Center at a Time @alternet

Inspired by Occupy Wall Street, Janet Wilson is helping transform vacant buildings into thriving community centers. Source: This Woman Is Trying to Make the World a Better Place, One Community Center at a Time @alternet

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Citizen Journalism Ireland: Selection of emails to Government and related. Year 2010 (January to June – 17 articles) by Michelle Clarke

Subject: Scales of Justice at Dublin Castle Date: Saturday 23rd January 2010 20:17:21 From: Michelle Clarke To: Cahill Gavin <GCahill@financialregulator.ie>, John Corrigan <JCorrigan@ntma.ie>, conp <conp@financialregulator.ie>, Gabriel Bradley <GBradley@ntma.ie>, BarryQuirke@Courts.ie, ASenkara@amnesty.ie Saturday, January 23, 2010 Dublin Castle: Woman with Scales of … Continue reading

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IBM Partners With Chinese Hospitals for Oncology Research Program

Source: IBM Partners With Chinese Hospitals for Oncology Research Program

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Citizen Journalism Ireland: Selection of emails to Government and related. Year 2009 by Michelle Clarke

Subject: Courthouse, Kilmainham, Dublin 8.  Irish Architecture article.  To those interested in Dublin 4, its environs, its history, its potential….this is a good site. Not too much but enough history to enjoy the scope D4 (Dublin 4) offers especially the … Continue reading

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Emails to Politicians, Consultants, Senators et al: No dignity afforded to Mental Health patients in Dublin 4 by Michelle Clarke

Subject: Inadequate coverage by mental health/vulnerable people Date: Fri, 8 Jan 2010 18:10:55 -0000 From: Michelle Clarke To: Gillian Markey <gmarkey@hrb.ie>, joan.burton@oireachtas.ie, JMoran@amnesty.ie, Doherty, Colin (Neurology Consultant) <CPDoherty@STJAMES.IE>, Nigel Dodds <ndodds@dup-belfast.co.uk>, Health & Safety Authority <newsletter@hsa.ie>, ASenkara@amnesty.ie CC: Hugh Kane … Continue reading

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More on ‘Patient H.M.’ – Interview with Luke Dittrich – Neuroskeptic

Last month, I reviewed an advance copy of “Patient H.M.”, the new book by journalist Luke Dittrich that looks at the story of the amnesia patient Henry Molaison, perhaps the most famous case study in neuroscience. (“Patient H.M.” has now … Continue reading

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